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Ludovico Einaudi - Royal Albert Hall Concert

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    Thank you for posting the concert Picasso

    The last Ludovico Einaudi album "In a Time Lapse"


     
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    Nayla

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    one of my favorites :)
    Corazon de Nino - Raul di Blasio


     
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    Nayla

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    Adorable Raul!!!

     
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    Nayla

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    Kamen Raul :$

     
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    Nayla

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    Tres tendre comme musique :)
    Excellent choix eile :)
    En fait, j'apprecie le piano car je joue moi-meme du piano, donc c'est l'un des instruments que j'arrive a manipuler aisement :p
     
    eile

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    Tres tendre comme musique :)
    Excellent choix eile :)
    En fait, j'apprecie le piano car je joue moi-meme du piano, donc c'est l'un des instruments que j'arrive a manipuler aisement :p
    i already know that you're also a pianist, i recall that from some past thread.. ;p

    Yundi li is great (as far as sweet tenderness goes)

    but there are these two contemporary pianists, mark their names: VOLODOS and HAMELIN, they are excellent classical pianists not just technically but musically as well, these two fellows elevate virtuosity to whole new level..

    for example (aside from the standard virtuoso characteristics they posses) they enjoy playing two different melodies, with two different rhythms (doesn't matter, even two completely different pieces), one with each hand, simultaneously, in perfect harmony, so effortlessly and musically, while still maintaining the originality of the piece(s) and all the nuance



    Volodos playing Turkish March (Mozart's Rondo ala turca)

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    Volodos playing Italian Polka (Rachmaninov)

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    ..no problem playing a '2 hands' piece with one hand only: (hit play, close your eyes then open them after a minute)
    Marc-Andre Hamelin Plays Godowsky*

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    Marc-André Hamelin plays his own triple etude d'apres Chopin.

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    Marc-André Hamelin - Supervirtuoso Documentary Part 4/10 : Hamelin plays Godowsky*
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    * [ As a composer, Godowsky has been best known for his paraphrases of piano pieces by other composers, which he enhanced with ingenious contrapuntal devices and rich chromatic harmonies. His most famous work in this genre is the 53 Studies on Chopin's Études (1894–1914), in which he varies the (already challenging) original études using various methods: introducing countermelodies, transferring the technically difficult passages from the right hand to the left, transcribing an entire piece for left hand solo, or even interweaving two études, with the left hand playing one and the right hand the other.

    The pieces are among the most difficult piano works ever written, and only a few pianists have ventured to perform any of them. Among such pianists are Marc-André Hamelin, who recorded the entire set and garnered a number of prestigious awards - source: wikipedia ]

    ciao Nayla ;)
     
    Nayla

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    i already know that you're also a pianist, i recall that from some past thread.. ;p

    Yundi li is great (as far as sweet tenderness goes)

    but there are these two contemporary pianists, mark their names: VOLODOS and HAMELIN, they are excellent classical pianists not just technically but musically as well, these two fellows elevate virtuosity to whole new level..

    for example (aside from the standard virtuoso characteristics they posses) they enjoy playing two different melodies, with two different rhythms (doesn't matter, even two completely different pieces), one with each hand, simultaneously, in perfect harmony, so effortlessly and musically, while still maintaining the originality of the piece(s) and all the nuance



    Volodos playing Turkish March (Mozart's Rondo ala turca)

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    ciao Nayla ;)
    Awwwww Thank you for this lovely piece :)

    I played it when I was in grade 8 at the piano's day LoL

    Akid you know "le beau Danube bleu" :p
    I played it as well, and this lovely little girl reminded it to me.. I think I was smaller when I start learning piano :dil:
    She's not a virtuose, but she's amazingly sweet



    an, kenna nsina :biggrin:
    Ciao ciao :)
     
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    eile

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    Awwwww Thank you for this lovely piece :)

    I played it when I was in grade 8 at the piano's day LoL

    Akid you know "le beau Danube bleu" :p
    I played it as well, and this lovely little girl reminded it to me.. I think I was smaller when I start learning piano :dil:
    She's not a virtuose, but she's amazingly sweet



    an, kenna nsina :biggrin:
    Ciao ciao :)
    loved it! innocence surpasses all.. ;)
     
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    Tzvi Erez - Chopin Nocturne Opus 55 No 1


    Kristian Zimmerman - Ballade de Chopin No. 1

     
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    Evgeny kissin plays Chopin Waltz Op.64 n.2
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    ..then comes Hamelin jazzing it up for a bit of fun, supervirtuoso style :
    ( Chopin Waltz Op.64 n.2 Jazz "Chopinata" )
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    Hamelin playing the "last of the third movement from Alkan's Concerto for solo piano"
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    Picasso

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    Thank you for posting the concert Picasso

    The last Ludovico Einaudi album "In a Time Lapse"


    Beautiful music, thanks for sharing.

    I most liked this part from the concert, especially the one started at 2:40.

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    Sergei Rachmaninoff - Fantaisie-tableaux (Suite No.1) for two pianos, Op. 5

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    Picasso

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    Frederic Chopin ~ Nocturnes

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    Karen Marie Garrett ~ The Allure Of Sanctuary

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